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Torra was raised in a working class, Italian-American home in Somerville, Massachusetts.

Torra was raised in a working class, Italian-American home in Somerville, Massachusetts. He has been a lecturer in creative writing at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. Books by Joseph Torra.

Torre said his uncle helped him in many ways. o construct his house, he used old cobblestones that had been dug up from Brooklyn streets that were being repaved. Cleaning them and learning how to use them to erect walls – all of that was part of my first encounter with stone. According to an interview, while working as a gardener and maintenance man for the J. Paul Getty’s estate in 1972, (Torre was set up in a room above the garage), he saw a woman in sunglasses and a headscarf walk along the narrow path that led to the entrance of a next door property.

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An entertaining and thought-provoking book, They Never Said It covers a great deal of history and sets it right. Going beyond a mere catalog of popular misconceptions, Boller and George reveal how rightists and leftists, and atheists and evangelists all have at times twisted and even inventedthe words of eminent figures to promote their own ends.

THEY SAY is a novel about a working-class, first-generation Italian family living in the Boston area in the first half of the 20th century, centering on the family's struggles over oldest brother Louie, whose early artistic genius and political passions deteriorate into delusion and severe mental illness.

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Joseph Torra Taxes (a year’s worth of receipts to sort out and tally up), poems I’m trying to write, a day-long gig .

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Fiction. THEY SAY is a novel about a working-class, first-generation Italian family living in the Boston area in the first half of the 20th century, centering on the family's struggles over oldest brother Louie, whose early artistic genius and political passions deteriorate into delusion and severe mental illness. Narrated by various siblings in this sprawling family, their stories have the intimacy and drama of a conversation told around the kitchen table--and like any living, breathing family tale, the brothers' and sisters' stories intersect, run parallel, contradict each other, fill in each other's gaps. Theirs are stories of love and luck, as well as poverty, death, illness, and domestic abuse.
They Say download epub
Humanities
Author: Joseph Torra
ISBN: 097929990X
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Quale Press (December 1, 2007)
Pages: 172 pages